InVisible in Germany
Now in Brussels and gearing up for the performance on Saturday which will be done Salon-style for a live group here with people streaming in from around the world. Can’t wait!
In the three weeks that I was in Germany my life was altered by
I jumped off. Often it was scary-a little humbling and always…
This ensemble of musicians, artists, actors, designers and writers worked together to create I am inVisible, their year-long campaign for World Refugee Day. Observing them helped me to understand the possibility of how different people with different talents and perspectives could successfully come together to create something as huge and beautiful as the event was. Along with my Canadian colleague Evan Tsistias I was part of the collective as well, co-directing, co-writing and performing in the seven hour long performance done in the main square of Augsburg.
A link to some press photos:
Lots of interviews, workshops and initiatives regarding refugees in their late 20′s/30′s. Eye opening how we were able to turn it into a performance.
And there are many things left to say about my time in Germany. I hope to find the time in the next few days to publish my reflections on :
Teaching in Munich
It was challenging. It was fantastic.
To the ADVENTURE!